YAMI4 v. 1.1.0 released

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Maciej Sobczak

Sep 1, 2010, 8:28:00 AM9/1/10
I am pleased to announce that the new version of YAMI4, 1.1.0, has
been just released and is available for download.

The Ada programmer will benefit from this new release thanks to the
ability to transmit raw binary messages - this in addition to support
high-performance scenarios can be used as a hook for custom
serialization routines. Direct improvements for Ada include also
better control over the automatic reconnection facility and reduced
jitter in multiple-receiver scenarios, even in the case of partial
system failure.

This new version extends the coverage of supported programming
languages with a completely new Python3 module, which features full
integration of built-in dictionary objects as message payloads.
Since Python is frequently being used as a secondary language in the
Ada community, the support for it will allow Ada programmers to better
integrate their components in multi-language distributed systems.

Please see the changelog.txt file, which is part of the whole package,
for a detailed description of all improvements.


Maciej Sobczak * http://www.inspirel.com

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